Threyda Artist Collective

J. Slattum   |  view products


J.R. Slattum is a self-taught artist, his work entering the surreal world of inner space. After a near-death experience in 2007, inspired by a personal enlightenment, Slattum fell into a world of paint. Using the point of the paintbrush as a focus, he views the process of creating as his meditation. His subjects gravitate towards the inner realms of psychology, philosophy, and the nature of being. Through his art, he invites his viewers to travel within. Working from his studio in Portland, Oregon, his work is collected internationally, thanks to a deep following."Art is magick- when the art is pure, it becomes a symbol, a sigil- evoking inner transformation"
 

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"I have seen things in this life that I am incapable of translating into words. In my practice I have visited realms where the imagination ends, and the terrifying beauty of infinity unfolds over and over again. If I could distill into words exactly what motivates me to create the art that I make than it would not be worth making it. Instead I have chosen the Pen. Honestly I don’t know why I make this art, or what compels me to keep creating it; it’s a mystery I intend to pursue for the rest of my life, and each image brings me closer to the Ultimate Truth.”

 

Fabián Jiménez   |  view products

I paint my visions through the constant blend between traditional and digital mediums. I want to embrace the viewer into inner realms, interpretations of the universal Oneness and its timeless flow. My inspiration comes mainly from nature, I intend to synchronize strokes with resonations from nature's structures,
revealing sacred spaces, it is there where I channel the morphing magic into paintings.
 
Randal Roberts   |  view products

My name's Randal, and I am an artist." In 2004, around the time I turned 30, I started introducing myself with that. I'd met and been deeply inspired by the great visionary artist Alex Grey, quit the factory job, and began a year-long road trip exploring life and the country where I was born in an old pick-up truck named Suzie-Q. The exploration continues... Life appears to be made up of a truly overwhelming grid of gifts, and each one increases in elegance and detail the closer we look. Upon reflection, the only appropriate response to these gifts seems to be gratitude. I try to make art about that.
 
Simon Haiduk   |  view products

Growing up in British Columbia, Canada, Simon developed a strong affinity to nature with artistic foundations in visual art and music. In 2004 he gravitated towards painting as a full time endeavour bringing his musical background into the visual realm. Simon has explored many visual mediums, including animation, often with a strong influence in spiritual themes connected to nature. Currently his primary medium is digital painting. He continues to also produce music, and has released four full length albums since 2002. Within art galleries, festivals, conventions, and online platforms, his work is exhibited globally. He currently works out of his studio in Gibsons, BC, while continuing to explore an ever expanding palette of creative endeavours.
"Inspiring my creative expression is the majesty of nature with the love and appreciation that all life comes from the same source. In my dedication to the creative process, I strive to find ways of producing art that inspires harmony between the Earth and its shared inhabitants. Our collective appreciation for nature is a bridge that unifies us all. Each creation reflects an aspect of my journey, thinning the veil between physical and metaphysical realities."


Autumn Skye
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"For as long as I can remember, I knew my mission on this planet was to share inspiration. As soon as I was old enough to hold a paintbrush in my hand, I began making art, and I have barely put the brush down since. Painting has taken me to distant lands around the world, and to the furthest reaches of my innermost heart and imagination. In any creative expression, there is a profound voice that speaks through us when we release judgment during the process. Remembering this, I strive to move beyond my mind, and get out of the way to allow that grace to come through. With every brushstroke, I witness beings come to life and worlds unfold before me. I realize the art is not born from me, but through me, and in this understanding I am both humbled and empowered. Painting is my stillness and my rhythm, my teacher and my lover, and it never ceases to surprise and amaze me. Each canvas takes me on a journey, and as my paintbrush follows, I am always led back to my centre. I believe that the role of the artist is especially crucial at this challenging and exciting time, while the world is at the precipice of momentous change. We have an opportunity to transmute the shadow and pain that we witness in the world around us into visions of wholeness. Artists are map-makers, and those maps can help guide humanity forward into new and positive ways of seeing and being. And so, I offer each of my paintings as a mirror; a reminder of our pure and good human heart, as well as our timeless divine spirit."
Autumn Skye was born in 1983 in Nova Scotia, on a maple syrup and blueberry farm on the Parsborro Shore. Her family gradually moved west, with her father settling in the Rocky Mountains and her mother in the temperate rain-forests of the BC Coast. Spending her youth within these incredible landscapes, she developed a deep wonder for the magic and richness of nature. In addition, family road-trips and new experiences nurtured a curious and creative imagination, and she was always encouraged and supported to express herself artistically. Now, between journeys to explore, show, teach, and share inspiration worldwide, Autumn Skye lives and paints in her home on the Northern Sunshine Coast of BC. From her studio, she overlooks a sweeping expanse of ocean, mountains, and sky. She considers herself among the blessed of the blessed.


Bryan Itch   |  view products

*I'm a Melbourne based artist working across a broad spectrum of media, Aerosol, Oils, Digital illustration, Tattoo & Soundwaves.. Im heavily influenced by Sacred Geometry, Entheogens, Synchronicity, Nature, Duality,Memetics,Spirit & Unity


Mike Cole (aka Mechmaster Mike

*Mike is a highly skilled tattoo and studio artist hybrid. He is best known for his incredibly intricate and geometric style of depth and dimension. Thanks to Mikes high level skills in designing around the human form he has helped make some of our most integrated apparel items to date.

Shepa   |  view products

Shepa is a multi media artist dwelling mainly in the realms of acrylic and aerosol. Living and working out of Klaipeda, Lithuania.

 

 

Anthony Hurd   |  view products

My name is Anthony Hurd, I am a Artist, and Concept Designer  living in Austin Texas (currently). My goals are really simple these days. Do good work with good people. 
My primary focus over those years has been conceptual designs across all media. From story boards, all things interactive to branding and everything in between. I am always pushing myself to explore all design venues and perspectives and thrive on finding the balance between experimental and approachable. Working within the confines of an existing brand and pushing the boundaries when asked to. I am comfortable and proactive on all fronts, Storyboarding, Art Direction, Conceptualization, Branding / Rebranding, Typography, Interactive and Broadcast design, and over all design support.



CT Nelson
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Nelson's new works are expressions of the natural dynamism of the universe in which we are immersed. Everything around us is constantly in motion and undergoes innumerable changes over time. Nelson's amazing skills allow him to catch that universal energy and fix it on his canvases while maintaining its powerful dynamic qualities. In Nelson's new paintings, the wild waves of stormy seas mix with the eternal flames of the artist's inner metaphysical world. His emotive brushmarks appear to go from smooth and watery to choppy and expressionistic in the blink of an eye, creating that sense of perpetual motion which gives the exhibition its title.

Nelson's work is not to be defined as abstract. "I don't consciously base my work on anything, so how could it be abstracting?" explains the artist. Elements as opposite as cosmic matter and oil paint coexist in Nelson's newest works, revealing never-before-explored meanings, landscapes, and patterns. As the artist elaborates, "I love to balance bright vibrant colors with the strange non-objective flows and goes; sometimes using impasto to create the enhanced illusion of depth. The term I have come up with is Non-Objective Realism – the feeling of something real yet far away from reality."
CT Nelson was born in Lincoln, NE 1972. Nelson is a self-taught painter.
 

Justin Totemical
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*In my early 20′s I had many recurrences of eagles which followed with dreams of a large white wolves. I became very interested in the representation of these animals in my life and aboriginal spirituality. Around that time I started using totemical as my art alias as this was a turning point for my art path. I went from graffiti street writing into the dimension of fine art and design within a year. All my work is created digitally, Im fascinated with technology and the channeling of consciousness through light and electricity.
 

Peter Westermann
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My name is Peter Westermann and I am the founder of Threyda as well as acting general manager and art director. I spend a lot of my time working with the artists in our group to develop new ideas and support for their work. In my free time I still pursue many of my own creations!



Mugwort
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Mugwort (Isaac Mills) is a digital artist and designer embarking on unique explorations into the realms of creativity. Using artistic expression as a vehicle for spiritual exploration, he believes that though art and imagination we can deepen our understanding of ourselves, our interconnectedness with all things, and inspire social change. The name 'Mugwort' derives from the plant Mugwort Artemisia, a herb used since ancient times to enhance lucid dreaming and astral projection. He explores a multitude of artistic approaches and mediums; from digital painting, illustration, large-scale installations and live audio-visual performance, he increasingly taps into the dynamic potential of digital media. Much of his gallery work is thematically centred on transformation, archetypal forces, shifting paradigms, animals, and shamanic symbolism. Hailing from the east coast of Canada, Mugwort migrated to the forested shores of the west coast where he currently resides. His art has been displayed at galleries and festivals all across Canada, the US, Europe and Australia.

"I seek to represent imaginal journeys and dreams as crystallized visions, in order to help remind the waking world of the dreaming. Practicing visual art since early childhood, drawing and painting have always been natural outlets. When I switched to digital painting in 2009, I discovered that with this new medium I was able to portray my visions more accurately, in higher resolution.

Many of my pieces start as concept sketches of ideas or visions I've had, and evolve into to finished images through a dynamic creative evolution. I use several programs and a wide variety of digital techniques and custom tools, relying on my sense of composition, balance, and narrative. By employing a synthesis of drawing, digital painting, graphic design, and sampling, I rely on intuition to guide the ascetic evolution of an image. I am drawn towards archetypal imagery with narrative potency, and imagery that is highly textured and patterned. The Wacom tablet is my preferred tool. My inspirations come from my dreams, epiphanies, moments of lucidity in everyday life, nature, sound and love." ~ Mugwort


Brian Smith
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*I've been interested in art for as long as I can remember. There's just something so satisfying about looking at a great sculpture, painting, drawing or any kind of image. It's always been a huge relief to me to come across this kind of work because it's like seeing an entire lifetime or world of information, condensed or broken down into its simplest form, and a single frame. The best ones seem to convey or communicate something that's impossible for me to express in words, and I think that just might be what I like most about them.



Seth McMahon
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*Seth McMahon is a soulful engineer of imagery.  His art is a kung fu dance on canvas, an expression of flow, and a vehicle to new worlds of the imaginary mind. He hails from the ghetto of West Oakland and lives in a community full of artists known as The Woom.  Seth developed his style painting in the studio, in nightclubs, and on the streets. One painting after another, he continues to challenge himself to learn more, pushing to become one of the great masters of our time. 


Monique Munoz
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Jonathan Solter
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*Jonathan Solter is an artist living and working in the Bay Area. He dedicates his time to art, life and love. Illustration, stage design, live painting and murals are his main artistic focuses. He loves the creative community in the Bay Area and is busy co-creating his dreams with other like-minded artists. His art has been created and shown internationally as well as across the West


Brian Scott Hampton
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The color, composition, and movement in Brian's paintings pay homage to the forms in chaos and the chaos in forms.



Ben Ridgway
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BEN RIDGWAY – Associate Professor – San Francisco State University

I use digital art, animation, and sculpture as a means of making the metaphysical side of reality into tangible form. My work often focuses on dreams, visions, hypnogogic imagery, the concept of infinity, and the ephemeral nature of existence. Art is an excellent means of making internal mind spaces into external expressions in the physical world. Outer space may be the final frontier in the physical world but inner space is far more accessible, just as vast and complex, and we have just begun to scratch the surface of it.



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Matthew Koscica


Matthew Koscica's creative visions spring forth from a surreal dreamscape of the imagination, sourced from deep insights into another realm of shared consciousness. Matthew employs various techniques inspired by his unique experiences to construct a gateway to other worlds where the possibilities are infinite. He skillfully joins visionary architecture with psychedelic interpretations of natural landscapes, spiritual energies, and 3D geometric themes, creating an enchanting experience for his audience. Viewers are attracted to the familiar reflections of their own lucid awareness of the collective mind, as they are transported to a timeless space.



Tyler Space
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"I see Art as the truest way for us to connect with what joins us at our roots. A way for us to celebrate our fleeting existance, and redeem the light fallen into matter. It's the final flight of the creative spirit. Decending down to the deepest vallies and blackest oceans, all while grasping for the Sun itself."

 

Guilherme Maueler
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*Guilherme "Gatz" is a Brazilian artist currently living and studying in Edinburgh, Scotland. His art thrives for a sensitive and efficient way of combining lines and colors, and by often mixing both traditional and digital mediums, it reveals a poetic world view that occasionally tries to bridge our ordinary world with one of magic and psychedelic envisioning.
 

SRIL  |  view products

Shae Petersen , also known as SRIL, was born in 1984 in Salt Lake City, UT. While he was always interested in art, he developed a love of graffiti at the age of 11 years old. He spent his early years taking the bus to the local hip-hop shop to learn from established artists in Salt Lake City. He considers BRISK, and KUHR among his mentors, and credit's DALI as one of his main inspirations. After pursuing a career in design he found himself back to creating with a spray can in 2007. Although SRIL has no formal training, he's driven by progress and the desire to constantly improve his craft. His work aims to portray emotion using a realistic, yet stylized technique. Beginning 2013 SRIL has created many private and public murals throughout the United States, most of which are in Salt Lake City, UT. His work can also be found in Denver, Miami, LA, Las Vegas and more. While not just limited to large scale murals, SRIL has also had multiple exhibitions in Salt Lake City and New York City. SRIL currently lives in in Las Vegas, NV. 


Cody Seekins
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As I clear my conscious mind it peels away to reveal the vast unconscious dimensions of my greater being. Because this awareness produced in me a natural affinity for eastern thought I refer to my works as “Jātaka Tales” or simply “Jātakas”. I see the challenges, enigmas, sentiments, and ephemera of my experience as similar to the historical 3rd person Jātaka narratives of Gautama Buddha prior to his enlightenment. The term "Budgie-Sattva" within my oeuvre is an appropriation combining the word budgie (parrot) with “bodhisattva”, or one who is still on the path toward perfect awareness. The traditional Jātaka tales are an interesting collection of Buddhist allegories which recognize the subjective journey toward enlightenment by illustrating the groundwork an individual goes through. That groundwork manifests as incarnations of personal identity, experience, and learning; a framework allowing me to build a body of paintings pulling from my exterior and interior life. Traditional Jātaka tales describe multiple past lives of the Gautama Buddha, where each identity is a separate incarnation. In my works, these multiple incarnations of self are contained within one life. In effect, I am narrating contemporary Jātaka tales from the 1st person perspective.

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Bernard Dumaine
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Bernard Dumaine is a French artist best known for his work in photorealism and surrealism styles and for his background designs for television cartoons. He works in a variety of media, including oil paints, acrylic paints, graphite pencil, digital painting, digital collage, and video.



The majority of our profits go directly to the artists! We practice profit sharing on every item we sell, and give more back to the artist per sale than any other organization we know. The more we sell an item for, the more our artists make. This means our costs are much higher due to the business paying out so much to the artists. 


All of our clothing and artwork is made by either our small team or by our small business partners using the highest quality materials available. We use people we know and trust to hand make each item, nothing is mass produced or made by large corporations. 


We typically only produce a small edition of 50-150 of any one piece of art or clothing.  We want to keep each design special to our audience and not oversaturate. While it keeps our items more special, it also costs a lot to produce anything in such a small amount. Often we are negotiating the lowest possible amount our partners will create.